I need a short essay about a critique of the Kant’s categorical imperative. About an “unconditional moral law that applies to all rational beings and is independent of any personal motive or desire.” Write about the arguments behind this claim How it may be flawed. How good will cannot be good will without reason. When writing your synthesis, please use the following format: Paragraph 1: Identify and describe one claim and the arguments behind that claim from one unit on the approved list. Minimum of 150 words. Paragraph 2: Discuss the strengths and weaknesses of the claim drawing from course material. Minimum of 200 words. Paragraph 3: Discuss how the claim has impacted your worldview. Minimum 150 words. A range: The synthesis contains all the required components of the synthesis. It contains an accurate reconstruction of claim and an accurate and charitable reconstruction of the arguments supporting the claim. It contains the strengths and weaknesses of these arguments. The student demonstrates their capacity to make insightful comments on how the claim impacted their worldview. The synthesis is very well written (in proper english, proofread, clear). Or use an Idea inspired by this Youtube video to get a feel for the assignment and what the professor is looking for.